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The Wolverine, 1911-07-06

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THE WO LV ER IN E

Tuttle (ft Co.
LUNCHES toe adCoas
338 S. State Street
JOHN Hi. LAM~BERT
The Yost of the shoe IRepairing
ousioess., He wil l do yoor work
i0 a harry-op style.
Laces, Polishes, Etc.
The Uiversity Shoe Shop
013 Eost William Street
Yooswill always fid aolarge lineotf
SUMMER SCHOOL
SUPPLIES
Thie East University Pharmacy
121 . Usiseesity Ave.
Owur-Prices are .Right
U. of M. and
HURON RIVER
BOAT LIVERY
Canoes d Boatts etd
P. G. TESSMER, Proprietor
Both Phones 050
STATE SAVINGS BANK
ANN ARBOR, MICH.
Capital 50,000 Surplus atod Prohits $80,000
-Resources $1,400,000
THE FARMERS AND
MECHANICS BANK
101-103-105 S. Main St.. Ane Arbor, Mich.
WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS

CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
Allnotter in this cotuooot must be paid
for fit odvance. Office hours: 1:30 to
3 P. I.
WANTED
Wanted-A sludeost to woil table at
Walker's for 'his board. 2-
Wated-Typwriting, f5oe a thousand
words. Satistaction guaranteed. 627
Foresl, Bell t452-J.
Local Ageots Wated itn every city and
coutly ill Michigaito10introcduce ansew
labor saving device that ipositively
sells itself wberever sown; salary
$6o per motho0111 liberal comtmissiot
to litvc toes. gib Chsamber of Coto-
metrce, Detroit. 2-5.
Wt~ed-Ayvoung latdy 1o lake a sittgle
rotiooe su~ite. 17335'Aasltetasr. Ap-
sly eventitgs. 3-5.
fteild-.Studetton exchtange for roomis
cduritng summster school, ltsvork its
gardenoneoc hour a clay. Profcssor
M. P. Tillcy, 1015 Ferdont Road.
. 3, 4, 5".
FOUND
Founod-Onte pair of glasscs int late
btuildinog. Owoner stay bare sante by
callitng at Press Bldog., atnrt payittg toe
Ibis adv.
LENGTHENS SUMMER TERM
FOR STUDENT MUSICIANS.
Itt accordatnce with the progressivc
spirit of thte uonivcrsity, thte Uttiversity
School of Music has extettded its sumt~-
mter teron trotm six to eight weeks. The
etnrollmet, rhich already.otumtbers over
forty studets frott all over thte cotun-
try, bids fair to exceed that of previous
years. New pupils are ettrotllittg every
day, and it is expected that thte tstal will
reach sixty.
The first faculty conceit will 'be givett
text Wednsday evettittg at eight
o'clsck in tite hight school auditoriunt.
Aon exceptionally splendid prograno is
prontised, in owhich members of the piano
and voice departnments will participate.
Thtis is one of rte leading attractiotts
durng5 sumsmer schtool and will be free
to alt.

THEY'RE HAYING IT CHILLY! ENGINEERING PROFESSORS
____CONTRIBUTE TO "TECHIC."

But Students in Summer Camp Get
Stiff Routine
Sumtmtter school with stoes!lsotnds
torrid, dest't it? Bt that's wat
teyre doittg oip at cattp; they actually
tare to take the chill of, those eni-
teers at 'Cantp Bogardus, twith stove
fires. Bu their oter chef-doeuve is
not quite so pleasant; fly dope atd cold
creatm are of ttor valoe thatt gold. Be-
twveenth le suntttbtrn atc the black flies itt
tte cay timte atd mousquitoes at ight,
the "youttg surveyors" are ket ino a
rather unocofortable stae.
Thirty-six cvito are itt cattp this stn-
mne, itt charge of Prof. H. L. Merrick,
five others of te srveying teacitg
olaff, a doctor, anod a master mechanic.
They rise at 6, astere to roll call twctty
ttinttes lae, eat breakfast atIalltpast,
lain ispecctiottat 7atd arc ready to
start outlo'thelte"tote 7:/30. They
eat agitniltat 1:0ad33,setdteIt
esr-oiog itt coptsitt fieltnotels ad read-
intg tpotsot the nt-t doy's asitnmett, atttd
iglotsarc Outlt19:30
Shavintgoftenerttthanotce atsoet is
a grille otfei c aaist cattstt eiuette,
is immtttt erial. antotos
NEARLY 105 STLDFPTS
ATTEND SUMMER SESSION.
tCethu"ed teem Pge 7
The enrotltosolto dtoe is odistriluttedl
as folosr:
Gradutate schttol ........26
Literary drtmen ......t......449
Enogineerinig dtepartttent..... 267
Medical departmoentt...........8
Law departmet cs........3t
Schsool of phlarttacy ..........1
Of te total, tirty-ninoe lre etrolied
for workc inth le egineering camopt.atd
twenty-two are registered at te biolog-
ical cantp.
Atn unusuocal onumtober of Itcrative
positions available for undergradoates
of te engioeering department Ihis sun-
meerlan aused a decrease of aout six-
ty iot the number f bridge-uiders en-
rolleod this session. The work in the
law departmtentt has already gotten welt
under wtay, courses havig0 beetn beguot
last week, atd it is tot atticipaed that
ntany more will etroll after this week.
No courses are giveot in ethier the os-
eopathic or dettltcoleges, 'but maty
students romt hose tdeparmenots are
takinsg sorts in thter departments of
tte universiy.
WsIesonox.xnoositgs ALL HAIN.
WesleyantUtniversity has voted to
abolish all hlaing. The decisiont is a
swveeping ote, and it is itetded to ot
away with features cototected with te
iitiiaioof msembers to tec sophotore
secret societies. t is plantted to have a
costmtitee headed by the presidett aod
compsosed by ote juntior fromo each of
the fraternities, whse duty it sall te
to see that all college cosoos are ad-
hered to, and to impose ponismneot ott
those who violate sudshccstoms or n-
dulge ito hazitng.
cCOILoFssWILL SHoAogEnPoetosooS.
A rather unique plan is to be tried
nut next year by Harvard University ad
the colleges of Colorado, Grinnel, EKox
anod Beoit, whereby Harvard is to scd
out one professor to spend an equal po-
tioot of the academic year with each of
the four colleges, and receive its return
ote instructor from each cllee to act
as an assistaot at Cantridge.
HONOR S to uxef0UsP uOx LOCH.
Professor Emit tLorch, head of the
architectural department, was elected
president of the Architecural Leaue

of America at its annual convention
last week.
Whten you get hutogry at Whitmore
Lake, call and see 'Mrs. Stark at the
Clifton Ioot. 2-4.
Mrs. Stark mtakes a specialty of 'chick-
000, fish, anod'frog leg 'dinners at the
-Clif'toon lon. 2-4.

Thte second otunther of the igio-'no
ltf'irligao Techonic to out.
It is opened with a descriptiont of the
'life antd work of Prof. Clareotce T.
Johtnsoon, head of the surveyintg detoari-
metel, by Prof. Emoeritous J. B. Davis,
his predecessor; it is followed by a dis-
cussisot of "Thte 'Desigot of Earth Danos"
by Prof. Johnosont. Thec third ando last
of Prof. Zowrski's articles ott the water
turbine is ittcluded.
The rest of thec table of coosteosts is as
follows:t Gas 0 as t Illoumtinting Agentt,
toy Alfred H. 'White; Sosoke Waoshting,
bsy Geo. E. Wallis; Bittootioots Road
Binders antd Dust Preventlatives, W. S.
'Wicker; The Pilot 'Ttube for Measuorinog
Air, lay T. C. Taylor; antd Thec Selec-
tiots a Purchoasitog of Coal, by 'S. T.
Mudge.
'Copies of the took vs-rc givenout10 to
moemobers of tite setnior class, otootslot-
scribsers and exchsanoges htave beent snut
plied bt te tundoergradu-ate otoomtbers
of 'hoc Engineeritog socieryoillreccive
their cotoiesonext fall.
JowAS Rufcooeo;S SPAvtSH ONSIGNIA.
Alberto Jontas, formterly 'seaod of thse
piano depctartmtent of the University
Schsool of Nsic, tris recetntly dlecoraot-
eel witho toe Red Cross toy'te Spanoisho
governmtent.
Jonas has beel the recputaltison of becitog
otte of 'toe trsld's foreomsost pianso ic-
tuosi for a nssumber of years aoosi has
nto only' gaitneotountvrsal recoognitiont
toy lis ownt cotncet worktc sottas also
achsiereod greait socces-s as a teacher.
Duorinth'le past yeacooritlessItantelvec
tof Iis pupils oappetaredl before thepsoolic
its coocert work, aonog'tems beinog
Pepito Ariola, the bog piatoist swhlo cret-
ed a seosatiota ott Iis appearance 'here.
Jonas is at prescotttots a concert tour
trough Eureope. ,
ANN ARBOR SAYINGS BANK
Capital - - 0scO,ooo.0o
Surplus ansd Profits - $100,000.00
Rtesources - - $2.800,000.00
A geseral bakisng businoess trassacted
N. W.Curner Moai andlHuron S ts.
THE OLD PLACE
KEINGER. (nb.CO.
We have a fresh stock of Prince
Albert and Tuxeodo ine pound endJ
pound cane and jars.

cube
ALLENEL"
Anns A)'boor'sLargesot
tansd FisolMotel :
M1. M. NOWLINI, Propr.
W. C. NOWLIN, Mlngr.
SHOES for MEN
Tennis and Golf Shoes
Ladies' and Children's
SHOES
You save money by getting
your Shoes at
E. M. FROST'S
302 Scutls State Street

THE NEW CATALOGUE
ofte
University of Michigan
IS NOW REAIAY
Complete information concerning seven departments:
Collegiate, Engineering, Medicine,
Law, Pharmacy, Homeopathy, Den-a
tistry, and the Graduate School and
the Summer Session.
Special courses in Forestry, Newspaper Work, Lansdscape
Design, Higher Commercial Education including Railway
Administration atnd Insurance, Architecture, Conservation
Engineering, Pedagogy (affiliated with Ann Arbor High
School for Observation Study), and a new course for those
preparing for the s-ientific adminisitration of departments
of sanitation and public health.
For Copy of Catalogue, Special Announcement or
Individual Information address
SHIRLEY W. SMITH
Secretary University
t. ANN ARBOR

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Hailer's College Jewelry
Complete Optical Ospt. High Class Watch snd Jewelry Repairisg.
Haller's Jewelry Store 216 S. Main Street

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Granger's Academy of Dancing
Summer Schoo lCtasses for Ladies oand Gentlessen Tuesdoy and Mcri-
dtay Evenisgs. 7 to 85ouclock. tuition J3.00. Term
hegiss Tuesday, July 01, 1011.
for Particulars call an Academy or Phone 246 Office flours 10 to 12 a. ms.

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The Ann Arbor
S5wimming Pool
Will be Open
Every Day Except Sunday
9A.M. to 9P.M.
It is refreshing to take a balth in nice cool opting water.
ANN ARBOR SWIMMING PARK
713 S. FIFTH AVE. Phone 996 2 Rings

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